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San Francisco's Noe Valley Gets A New Park, Farmer's MarketCity officials cut the ribbon on a new park in Noe Valley that will provide a home for a weekly farmers' market and other community events.
No Injuries After Mike Pence's Plane Slides Off Runway In New YorkAn airplane carrying Republican vice presidential candidate Mike Pence slid off the runway while landing at New York’s LaGuardia Airport.
San Jose Voters Undecided On Measure F Restoring Police BenefitsNew poll shows many voters in San Jose are undecided on a measure that would restore pensions and benefits for San Jose police.
Biologists Find Fractures In Skull Of Blue Whale That Washed Ashore In Daly CityA dozen scientists conducting a necropsy Thursday on a blue whale carcass that washed ashore Wednesday on the San Mateo County coast found multiple skull fractures indicative of blunt force trauma.
Report Over Funding For Marin County Schools Headed To Attorney General's DeskAccusations are flying in Marin County as some say the school board is favoring one school over another.
Atherton's Back-Up Generator That Powers Police Department, 911 Dispatch Isn't Up To CodeOne of the wealthiest towns in America has a dirty little secret.
Many Consumers Entitled to Class-Action Lawsuit CashFrom misleading advertising claims to exposing their customers to identity theft, companies pay tens of millions of dollars each year to settle class action lawsuits aimed at addressing ways they may have wronged their customers.
California Pot Farmers Divided On Legalizing Recreational MarijuanaCalifornia voters will decide Nov. 8 whether to legalize marijuana for recreational use — an issue that has sown deep division among longtime growers.
YouTube Shines Bright As Star Of Alphabet's Google GalaxyAs more advertising dollars flow to YouTube, it's making the already hugely profitable Google even more prosperous.
Cal Grad Student, Victim Of Broken Home, Now Child Social Welfare SpecialistSophie is in a unique position for the work that she does. She supports many young people who, like her, come from broken families.
Man Convicted Of Multiple Felonies For Lewd Acts On BART TrainsA 53-year-old man was convicted Wednesday of multiple felony counts for masturbating and exposing himself on BART trains on at least three separate occasions.
'Blue Light' From New LEDs Making Life Harder For Nocturnal AnimalsAs cities look to cut their energy costs they’re increasingly turning to the use of LED bulbs for street lights, despite increased concern that the “blue light” some LEDs omit can be bad for your sleep, lead to decreased visibility on roads and increase obesity.

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